MoIT, EU delegations visit alternative energy projects in Binh Dinh

The delegations of Ministry of Industry and Trade, led by its Deputy Minister Hoang Quoc Vuong, and Europe Union, headed by EU’s Ambassador in Vietnam Giorgio Aleberti, yesterday visited two alternative energy plants in Nhon Hoi Economic Zone.

Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Hoang Quoc Vuong (right), Binh Dinh's Vice Chairman Nguyen Phi Long (2nd from right) and Ambassador of the European Union to Vietnam Giorgio Aleberti (3rd from right) are visiting the Phuong Mai 3 wind power plant.

The Fujiwara solar power plant, which is totally worth 63.7 million USD) is located at Nhon Hoi economic zone, covering 60 hectares. It is designed to have a capacity of 50 MWp.

After two years of construction, the plant was run on a trial basis from June 2019 and has now been put into official operation and joined the national grid.

Meanwhile, the Phuong Mai 3 Wind Power Plant, which has a total capacity of 21 MW, was built on 122 ha of land, at a cost of US$40 million, invested in by the Central Region Wind Power JS Company. Phuong Mai has 6 turbines, and it can supply 70 million kWh of power a year.

Deputy Minister Vuong highly valued the province’s efforts in attracting projects in this sector, asking the local leaders to assist investors in dealing with difficulties in their operation.


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